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in houston and then making its way out to los angeles international airport. once there, another remark annual technological feat. it will move on the ground. this space shuttle is the size of a five story building. it will be moved through congested parts of los angeles to its final resting place in the california science center where it will be part of a museum. so moving it on the ground 170,000-pound object through a city will be quite a site. they've been making preparations, moving street lamps, telephone poles, electric wires to get this ready. it's the youngest of the five space worthy shuttles. it was built after the challenger. it served 123 million miles in flights examine really means -- and really means a lot to the people along florida's coast examine come to see it on its final voyage. >> gretchen: steve harrigan live in florida. we'll keep an eye on it. >> steve: steve, i got a question, can it make the trip all the way out to los angeles without refueling or do they have to do that? >> they are going to stop in el paso for refueling. they're going to fly low over stenni
of los angeles had to go out there and tried to get the crowd to say okay, we change our minds a train wreck. watch this. >> all of those delegates in favor say aye. all delegates opposed say no. in the opinion. let me do that again. all of those del -- delegates in favor say aye. aye. all of those delegates opposed say no. i am. i guess, >> you got to let them do what they are going to do. >> i will do that one more time. all of the delegates in favor say aye. all of those delegates opposed say no. in the opinion of the chair two-thirds affirmed and the motion and platform was amended as shown on the screen. >> gretchen: i am not sure you could say more ayes than no. that is it a controverse yes why the mayor asked for thry separate votes. reminding me of kids in a classroom pizza and chicken nuggets. i can't believe that how did they get to this point? the president signed off on taking god and jerusalem out and now take a vote that looks elementary at best and now saying that the president wanted them to do the vote. it may have been a foregone conclusion. check out the teleprompter
new museum home in los angeles, california. >> brian: emblematic of our space program which can no longer fly. >> steve: it's going to fly low over tucson, arizona to honor gabrielle giffords. the request was made by her husband, mark kelly, who was the last person to fly the shuttle. >> brian: she encouraged him to go up despite her recovery. >> steve: i think later today they'll land at lax. valley it will be displayed at the california science center because the thing is so big, they've had to cut down 400 trees. they've had to move light poles, all sorts of stuff. you got to figure the environmentalist is not crazy about cutting down 400 trees. but i understand they will in their place, plant 1,000. >> gretchen: if you went to the museum, you would learn enendeavor was the replacement for the challenger originally and its last mission was last year. now the shuttles are ending up in museums across the country because we don't have a space program anymore. so now you have to go to the museums to learn about what we used to do. >> brian: steve, you mentioned they're going to p
to seeing you here on the couch. >> brian: los angeles. >> i know. i miss you. i'm in los angeles. >> gretchen: wow. bright and early for you. thanks for getting up so early for us. >> anything for you. >> brian: fine, do you mind if it's for us too? real quick, you know about the libyan attacks from eight days ago. most everybody said this was a planned terrorist attack, including eyewitnesses. the administration is just now coming around to saying that. and it could have been led, according to our reports, bay guy we had at gitmo up until 2007 who helped finance the 9-11 attacks. what is thed in argue doing? are they being deceptive or just being conservative? >> that's a great question, brian. i think you got a couple of things going on. first of all, you showed the flag burning in iraq and the holiday in pakistan. there is no doubt that this hateful anti-muslim film is being used to stir up huge anger among the mob in the arab streets. no doubt about that. on the other hand, what happened in benghazi, libya, it seems as if the administration was either willfully blind about it
to pass it. >> gretchen: you saw that play out. the mayor out in california of los angeles, he was the one in charge because he's the chair of the convention. now, he claims that he went out on stage without very much notice and he didn't really know how this procedure was supposed to work to get the two-thirds vote. here is his response to what happened. >> a lot of people didn't agree. >> it was the right decision. i gave people three opportunities. >> let me do that again. >> i knew we had a majority both times. by the third one, i said, time to make a decision and i opined and feel very comfortable about it that there was a two-thirds vote. you should know something, people -- every delegate has the right to protest. they have continue minutes to protest. not one person protested. >> brian: but you need -- >> steve: one person protested? >> brian: you need two-thirds majority and if you listened to it, clearly by the third time, the more nos, they don't want god in the platform, the people in the stadium. they didn't want jerusalem as capital. >> steve: it was extraordinary that the ma
cochran. co-counsel telling the los angeles times this is an insult to cochran's dignity to imply he did anything unethical. another member says that if prosecutors suspected evidence tampering, they should have reported it at the time. not 18 years later. >> steve: now to some extreme weather on this wednesday. a dramatic rescue unfolding in nevada. take a look at this brand-new video. a woman trapped in her truck by flood waters. there she is. apparently brought to safety because a rescue worker was able to reach her by chopper. she was placed in a harness and lifted up. you can see her dangling in the sky before making it safely into the chopper and dry land eventually. torrential rain from thunderstorms brought on the major flooding. gretch? >> gretchen: on the last night of the democratic national convention, a retired navy four star took the stage to pay tribute to veterans behind him on a giant screen, the image of four worships. the only problem is, they are russian warships. the major mistake spotted by a former sailor, naval experts confirming they are, in fact, russian ships w
responsible for getting help for the parent trigger laws passed in los angeles. he's my guest. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> gretchen: i was struck bay quote from your notes. we believe the system of public education is failing in large part because it wasn't designed to succeed. what do you mean in n it's not designed to succeed. many public schools and the public education system in general, is designed to serve the interests of powerful adults, powerful adult special interests at the expense of parents, kids, and the rest of us. and that if we really intend to change things, to make education serve the interests of children not as a political slogan or sound bite, but as a reality, the only way we're going to do that is stop playing on the other side's home turf where lobbyists and political action committees buy influence and transfer raw political power to parents because parents are the only ones who only care about kids. everyone cares about kids. but parents only care about kids. >> gretchen: raw, political power. what a powerful line. i love that. and you are helping parents
. >> brian: controversial proposal sparking outrage in los angeles. officials there considering a plan to turn the library card into a form of i.d. for illegal immigrants. they could then use it to open up bank accounts, access cash. many people concerned this plan could encourage, in fact, people going out who are illegal and encourage them to vote. >> steve: it's a sound most parents find unbearable at night. (baby crying) sounds familiar, doesn't it. many parents will do just about anything to stop the baby from crying. >> brian: is that steve carre will, will l. >> steve: even climbing into a crib. a study finds let them cry. the study showed there were no harmful effects in the long run. so let them cry. >> brian: you can enjoy a good cry, too. >> gretchen: three nights before it works. on september 10, 2001, american airlines pilot steve's bags were packed and he was ready to go. he was scheduled for a boston to l.a. flight leaving the next morning at 7:45 a.m had he gotten on that flight, he wouldn't be here today to tell us how a twist of fate ended up saving his life. a rare l
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